Advanced Legal Top Performing Ingram Partner

Monday, November 4th, 2013 | News & Events | Scott Randall

 

 Advanced Legal Systems Named One of the Top-Performing SMB Channel Partners in the U.S. by Ingram Micro

 

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Policy Service from Autonomy Beginner’s Guide

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013 | Autonomy | Scott Randall

Law firms must apply the same document retention policies to paper and electronic documents. That’s why many firms implement Policy Service from Autonomy. If you’re starting to use Policy Service, this post is for you.

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Microsoft 2003 End of Life/Mainstream Support

Wednesday, July 24th, 2013 | News & Events | Andrew Fanara

Windows XP, SP3 and Office 2003 support officially ends April 8, 2014!

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Thoughts from Miami…

Tuesday, July 9th, 2013 | News & Events | Scott Randall

There’s a beach in Miami. I could see it from my room where I continued my workday after leaving the trade show floor during the recent Thomson Reuters Elite Vantage 2013 conference in Miami Beach just a couple weeks ago.

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How to Look at Your Firm’s Cash Flow

Thursday, June 20th, 2013 | BIPro | Scott Randall

To gauge your firm’s financial health, you need to watch its cash flow. Since various facets of a legal business affect cash flow, we’d like to quickly discuss several important cash flow metrics lawyers need to track.

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Scheduling Custom SSRS reports in ProLaw / SQL Express

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013 | ProLaw Case Management, Technical | Mike Smith

If you firm is running ProLaw XII you have an instance setup of SSRS that allows for extremely customizable reports either from your own datasource, or using the ProLaw database.  These SSRS reports support subscriptions so they can automatically be emailed to you as well.  If you are running SQL Express however, it does NOT support emailed reports.  A full version of SQL would need to be purchased.  If you are not sure what type of SQL licensing your firm has, when you try to subscribe to a report, it will tell you your version does not support this.   However, if you have ProLaw XII, there is a way around that!

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Who Owns Data in Your UniVerse?

Thursday, June 13th, 2013 | Legal Insight Case Management | Scott Randall

While it’s OK for accounting systems to be self-contained, sometimes lawyers want to move their financial data out of their accounting systems.

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How to change Exchange integration options without Outlook Installed in ProLaw

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013 | Microsoft Exchange, ProLaw Case Management | Mike Smith

Normally, even if you have the correct permissions, you cannot change the Exchange integration options in ProLaw unless Outlook is installed on your computer.  It is possible to adjust the registry to allow you to change these permissions without Installing Outlook.

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